A Commitment to Deepening Outer Practice
Live Webinar featuring Hozan Alan Senauke
A month of deepening our outer practice: To underscore that our practice must be sustained, not just for a single day at the People’s Climate March, and to integrate Earth Day, One Earth Sangha and our partners are inviting our communities to deepen outer practice for the month of April. The invitation begins with a live, online event.
Hozan Alan Senauke joined us on Sunday, April 2nd from 12:30 to 2:00 pm US Eastern time for a live discussion exploring what it means to walk the Boddhisattva Path in these times and the practices we can undertake.
A world-renowned voice in socially engaged Buddhism, Hozan Alan Senauke is a Soto Zen priest, folk musician, author, poet, leader of Clear View Project, and former executive director of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
This event is open to all and while there are explicit costs associated with production (e.g., the Zoom webinar platform) we are not charging a registration fee. Instead, the offering is supported by the practice of dana or generosity.
Hozan Alan Senuake and all of us at One Earth Sangha who help make this event happen offer our time and efforts freely. In addition, One Earth Sangha pays direct and indirect costs for its production and distribution.
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